But first, throw your minds back a few weeks and you may remember that we organised an early evening trip to Brockadale, a popular Yorkshire Wildlife Trust reserve near Pontefract. Unfortunately, the rain gods conspired, and the visit had to be postponed. I’m happy to say the second attempt was successful and the visit …

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The results for the July Online competition are in from our Judge and President – Peter Wells. Congratulations to Sara Cremer for being Top of the Picks and therefore becoming our next Judge for the August OnLine – Monochrome. Sara was closely followed by Nigel Hazell and David Kershaw. Thank you to all …

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On Monday evening we turned over the microphone and zoom controls to two of our members the second of these was Richard. Richard is a self-confessed people watcher and, whilst not a “street” photographer himself, it is one of his favorite visual mediums.  He told of a personal set of circumstances meaning genres he himself thrives best at, both professionally …

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On viewing all the images as a panel, three images immediately caught my eye as conveying the theme perfectly. So, these had to be my first three choices for the June Online Competition. After viewing each image full screen and much deliberation, here are my choices: 1st Place – Deep In The Forest …

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Hopefully all our members and guests had eaten before pulling up a chair for an evening with Donna Crous. Donna is an award winning blogger and food photographer and when she is not busy creating her next tasty masterpiece she host food photography talks for camera clubs throughout the UK and even occasionally …

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A few weeks ago Wakefield Camera Club members spent a very enjoyable evening with Nigel Hazell as he talked about his passion for Infrared photography. If you want to read more from Nigel he has just been published as a guest author on the National Science and Media Museum blog. It is an …

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Nigel Plant, an experienced photographer and judge now based in Yorkshire, has the unenviable job of picking the best from the 67 images submitted for the third round of the Wakefield Camera Club Clubman competition for which there was no set subject. We had images entered for just about every genre of photography …

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